So here we are in the final days of the election, and we are witnessing a desperate President trying desperately to hold on to his job. Hurricane Sandy gave President Obama a few days’ reprieve from the nagging questions about Benghazi and the bad economy, but the polls don’t lie. Governor Romney still has the wind at his back. So what to do? Bring out the celebrities of course! And, while they’re at it, why not bring back the fake War on Women, alleged voter suppression by Republicans and Global Warming? After all, desperate times call for desperate measures!
Let’s do a quick recap.
We’ve got that creepy official ad for the Obama campaign featuring “Girls” star and creator Lena Dunham comparing voting for Obama to having sex for the first time. “Your first time shouldn’t be with just anybody. You want to do it with a great guy,” Lena tells us.
Yeah, we heard you, Lena. Your first time was with Barack Obama, and he made you feel like a woman. How special.
I realize that the demographic for this ad is young women, but does Barack Obama really think this ad’s message is cool, considering he has two young daughters?
Rich Lowry said, “Obama was implicitly the husband of Julia, the cartoon character created to demonstrate the cradle-to-grave assistance rendered by his programs; Obama is implicitly Lena Dunham’s lover.”
(Does anyone really want the government to be their lover?)
Then we’ve got Julianne Moore picking up on the fake War on Women meme in a new video dubbed “Yes We Plan.” The video features a touch of Obama worship along with overlapping voices and vague platitudes (how 2008!). It’s an ode to Planned Parenthood. Meanwhile, as of recently, Planned Parenthood’s political arm has spent about $5.7 million against Romney. Gotta spend money to keep those tax dollars flowing in!
Now let’s move on to the allegation of voter suppression. Apparently showing your ID to vote is exploitive (even though you have to show your ID to cash a $10 check). To that end, we’ve got Michael Moore and George Soros’ moveon.org’s ad featuring an elderly woman pledging that if Romney “steals this election” she’d going to “burn this motherf—er down.” Nice. Another elderly woman threatens to “track down Mitt Romney and give him the world’s biggest c—punch. What’s the matter sonny, you never heard that phrase, “c—punch?” Right in the N–SACK!” Charming.
So what’s next? A couple in a TV ad having sex with the caption that says, “if Romney’s elected you won’t be able to do this”? Or maybe an ad with small children spewing profanity? Oh, that’s right. They’ve already produced that one.
And finally let’s move on to Global Warming. Hurricane Sandy became the “perfect storm” for Obama. Not only did it take Benghazi off the news (well, off of FOX News anyway — the mainstream media apparently doesn’t think the murders of four Americans is “news”), but it also gave Obama the chance to pretend he was a leader for a change. Plus it gave celebrities a chance to trot out the tired Global Warming scare. After all, it’s safe to assume Global Warming is real after a single major storm, right?
We have Bette Midler rushing to blame Hurricane Sandy on Global Warming via twitter “Gotta go fill the tub. I am exhausted. Hope Sandy doesn’t do too much damage. Global warming costs big bucks!!!”
Looks like Al Gore has arisen from the dead, too. He said that Hurricane Sandy is a “disturbing sign of things to come” in a warming world and should “prompt action to curb greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuels.” In other words, he’s hoping to go even greener by adding to the $100 million haul he collected during the last Global Warming scare.
Then we have NBC trotting out all of Obama’s favorite celebrities and supporters (including Bruce Springsteen, Jon Bon Jovi, Christina Aguilera, Sting and Billy Joel) to do a fundraiser for Sandy, while giving a big wet kiss to Obama before this Tuesday’s presidential election. While it’s commendable that NBC wants to raise money for the victims of the storm, where are the country music stars? Is it because they mostly support Romney that they were conveniently left off the roster? Or maybe they just had other plans that night…
It’s clear that this event is a final push for the President’s sycophants to throw in positive messages about Obama, while drowning out the damning new evidence of incompetence dripping in daily about the Benghazi attacks and subsequent murders of four Americans, including Ambassador Chris Stevens.
So, in the last days before the election, be prepared to be bombarded with obnoxious and irritating ads and tweets by zombie, big government-loving celebrities in a mad dash to try and revive the enthusiasm that swept the nation in 2008. But times have changed and Obama, who seemed “so cool” five years ago, is about as cool as, well Myspace was five years ago.
Greg Gutfeld said it best on “The Five”:
Remember when artists were supposed to speak truth to power? Now they just want to make out with it. They’re propagandists willing to turn a blind eye to anything to preserve their self involved fanaticism. Funny how rebellion these days are deemed uncool by the left.
Looks like we conservatives are the real rebels now.